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Unread 03-07-2008, 08:21 AM
jarasmi jarasmi is offline
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Default Will regular fat ground beef ruin PSMF?

Hi, I'm new to this board and purchased the Ultimate Fat Loss Handbook over a year ago so first of all, I have an older version.

I am now going on the plan but I have a problem in that I live with my parents and am pretty much dependent on them for protein sources, which right now is a large amount of ground beef and hamburger patties in the freezer. Can I use this (rinsing ground beef after browning to get rid of some of the fat)? No that's not all we have, but I don't want to spend money if I don't have to.

According to the chart on this site: http://healthy.hillbillyhousewife.com/groundbeef.htm
rinsing regular ground beef reduces fat to the same level as lean ground beef.

Also what about about full fat cheese, maybe 1-2 oz a day?

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Unread 03-07-2008, 09:19 AM
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it is not ideal but is not a diet breaker, just don't do it at every meal (stick with chicken, tuna, egg whites) to keep the fat intake lower

if you could get even 2% cheese (tel your parents it's better for them) that would reduce the fat significantly

rinsing/blotting the ground beef should be fine
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Unread 03-07-2008, 03:09 PM
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Thanks much, I'll limit the ground beef to 4 times a week, 2% cheese shouldn't be a problem
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